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dojetdriver 12-10-2010 08:24 AM


Originally Posted by CloudSailor (Post 914081)
Don't mean to de-rail the thread. But I guess I will anyway :p

Why is international off-line jumpseat allowed on Kalitta and Atlas, but not on FedEx and UPS?

Just curious.


Originally Posted by Atlas Shrugged (Post 914096)
It is a FedEx corporate policy. :mad: You would have to ask them.

There are certain TSA security directives that the ACMI carriers comply with to allow it. FedEx/UPS chooses to NOT comply with them.

Now cue the "what about the FedEx pilot that tried to crash into the building" crowd. Whatever, different time, different security (lack of) procedures in place.

AV8442 12-10-2010 02:26 PM

Longhauler and Atlas Shrugged,

Thanks for the information!

atpcliff 12-11-2010 01:54 AM

"crjdriver05"

email me. Add atyahoo.com to my username.....u don't have enough posts for private messaging.

cliff
HSV

DC8DRIVER 12-11-2010 08:28 PM

Any Atlas types know when the next round of calls will go out?
Do they make the calls on a certain day of the week or time of the day?
Any word on Jan class dates?
Also, did anyone who completed the PAQ get a call yet?
I assume that the calls for the mid-December interviews have been done (or maybe I'm just impatient) and they are processing the online tests from that batch of candidates. I've had resumes and recs in since July and did the PAQ last week.
Standing by ...

Climbto450 12-12-2010 12:25 AM


Originally Posted by DC8DRIVER (Post 914955)
Any Atlas types know when the next round of calls will go out?
Do they make the calls on a certain day of the week or time of the day?
Any word on Jan class dates?
Also, did anyone who completed the PAQ get a call yet?
I assume that the calls for the mid-December interviews have been done (or maybe I'm just impatient) and they are processing the online tests from that batch of candidates. I've had resumes and recs in since July and did the PAQ last week.
Standing by ...

Me too and I haven't heard a word. Good Luck!!!

kc135driver 12-12-2010 08:29 AM


Originally Posted by DC8DRIVER (Post 914955)
Any Atlas types know when the next round of calls will go out?
Do they make the calls on a certain day of the week or time of the day?
Any word on Jan class dates?
Also, did anyone who completed the PAQ get a call yet?
I assume that the calls for the mid-December interviews have been done (or maybe I'm just impatient) and they are processing the online tests from that batch of candidates. I've had resumes and recs in since July and did the PAQ last week.
Standing by ...

I'm in the same boat. I was kinda hoping the new PAQ would maybe weed out some of the older resumes without PAQs and increase the chance of a call, at least until everybody updated their resumes to include a PAQ. Just theoretical as I have no idea when and how they actually screen.

Good luck-

KC

744driver 12-13-2010 07:27 AM

Sorry I have not responded to the Jumpseating question a few days ago...I'm at home now, and less likely to check these pages.

Anyway, others have answered the questions...

TK421 12-15-2010 03:43 PM

Anybody interview in the 14th and wanna share? Heading into the belly of the beast tomorrow, trying to think happy thoughts!

C5nwhaleguy 12-16-2010 07:29 AM

One of our guys did some # crunching on the internal site and here is some useful info on projected retirements ......

So, I updated the merged list and came up with some interesting statistics.

# of Active Atlas FE: 59 (10 FE/jet) 6 aircraft

# of AAWH Pilots: 753 on published sen lists (24ish newhires after our list published)

Atlas 554 (224 CA, 330 FO) 40-60% ratio (9 CA/jet, 13.2 FO/jet) 25 aircraft
Poler 199 (90 CA, 109 FO) 45-55% ratio (15 CA/jet, 18.2 FO/jet) 6 aircraft

After 50 upgrades and including newhires: (274 CA, 304 FO) 47-53% ratio

Ave AAWH pilot age: 51 yrs
Atlas 52 yrs
Poler 48.5 yrs

# of AAWH pilots over 60: 125

Age 65 Retirements:

2011 - 7
2012 - 9
2013 - 36
2014 - 42
2015 - 31

I know, find something better to do with my time...

DC8DRIVER 12-16-2010 06:49 PM

Good info.

Thx C5Nwhale.


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